To read and see the scope and depth of changes that Eli Bay's training has had on 2,760 people who have taken his program, report's findings click here
So how do you think about stress? Stress is not an event; it is your reaction to an event. Stress is your body's “fight or flight” instinctive protective system for responding to any perceived threat or challenge. A stressor is anything that threatens to disturb your physical, mental or emotional balance.
Most of us do not realize the nature of the mind body relationship when it comes to stress. To get a quick understanding of all the ways that stress can affect us, take a tour of the stress map of your body. Click here
Eli Bay Speaks About Type A Personalities
Are You a Stress-Prone "Type A" Personality? Watch a short video clip of Eli Bay talking about Type A personalities and the stress associated with them. Then take the test below to find out if you have a Type A personality.
Test Yourself Now
Type A personalities tend to be more successful and they also get 90% of all heart attacks. Are you a Type A? Here's a chance for you to test yourself.
Are You Suffering from Stress Build-Up?
Stress build up can manifest itself in many different forms that may not be immediately obvious as stress related.
Test Yourself Now
When stress builds over time, multiple problems with higher degrees of discomfort begin to appear. Take this short quiz to find out how much stress is affecting your life.
Try The "Empowered Breathing" Exercise Now (25 minute exercise)
Eli Bay's Beyond Stress CD Audio series are selected guided experiences to relaxation that are drawn from the Beyond Stress training program. Listen to "Empowered Breathing" which is from the first CD "Let Go".
In The Press
Hidden in the bustling city of Toronto, amidst the rushing traffic and scores of people, is a little haven called the Relaxation Response Institute. As the brainchild of renowned stress guru, Eli Bay, the institute is the place where tens of thousands of people have learned Bay’s unique system for managing stress.
Relax by Judy Steed, City Woman Magazine
It's ironic that people of the fitness generation still have to learn how to relax. The techniques are as old as the hills. They call for an alliance between body and mind. If anyone has ever taken steps to counteract stress, it's me.
Managing Stress Towards Towards a Healthy Lifestyle by Salem Aleton, Globe & Mail
It has been called the widest epidemic of our era but most of its symptoms are so common that its identity remains hidden to many people. The opening salvos may consist of headaches, insomnia, mild depression, anxiety, skin disorders, muscle pain and constipation. As the effects dig in, symptoms can escalate to high blood pressure, asthma attacks, an inability to concentrate, ulcers, arthritis, panic attacks, colitis and immune deficiencies.
How to Let Off a Little Steam at Work by Richard Skinulis, Your Office
Everyone who works in an office knows what a pressure cooker it can be. Tim Breen knows it better than most people do. Breen, who works as a digital operations manager for Jet Copy Centres Ltd., found the constant deadlines and aggravation of his job was making him snap like an elastic band.